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that promise. you see the headline from yesterday's wall street journal. one senior administration official said that as the law was being crafted by the white house and lawmakers some white house policy advisers objected to the breadth of mr. obama's keep your plan promise. they were overruled. is that true? >> that's not my recollection. let's talk about that promise for a second. why would he put a provision in the law, if you have a plan in place before obama care passes, you can keep your plan, but if your plan has been downgraded or canceled, you can't. >> the problem -- >> but george, if he done that, he would have been violating more records. it's important to understand who we're talking about and the kind of plans we're talking about. it's 5% of the market. 80% of the people have health care through medicare. their employers or medicaid. 15% don't have health insurance, now have access to it for the first time. and 5%, if you had your plan and it hasn't changed or canceled, you can keep it. most of them will get a better plan for less -- for the same or less. in many of these plan
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